Former AMA Board Chair Maggie McNally and 2019 AMA Bessie Stringfield Award winner Genevieve Schmitt
On The Line With The AMA
AMA Life Member Maggie McNally was the first woman to chair the American Motorcyclist Association Board of Directors. Print and television journalist Genevieve Schmitt founded womenridersnow.com and earned the 2019 AMA Bessie Stringfield Award for her pioneering work in the emerging women's market. Listen in as they talk about their early riding years and the impact of women in the motorcycling community.Support the show (https://fs4.formsite.com/AMARacing/form21/index.html)
Bessie Stringfield. Modernos de otros tiempos. Temporada 5 Episodio 31. 8/6/2020
Modernos de otros tiempos
Sección del programa de Rpa "La radio es mía" que demuestra que la modernidad es algo que viene de antiguo. Emisión del 8/6/2020, trigésimo primera de la quinta temporada, dedicada a Bessie Stringfield, la primera motorista negra que recorrió todos los estados de EEUU en los años 1930 y 1940. Una pionera que, viviendo su vida, se convirtió en un referente para las mujeres en busca de la igualdad, de las afroamericanas en busca de sus derechos civiles y los amantes del motociclismo.
Episode 8: The Motorcycle Queen : Bessie Stringfield
History For Weirdos
This week Stephanie tells us the tale of Bessie Stringfield, the first African-American woman to ride across the United States solo. Stringfield was also one of the few civilian motorcycle dispatch riders for the US Army during World War II. From carnival shows to leading biker parades she is the ultimate weirdo - in the best way!
Black History Month Badasses - Bessie Stringfield and Bass Reeves
Dark Windows Podcast
This week we are covering more badasses but, specifically for Black History Month.We start off with a less conventional badass, Bessie Stringfield who broke all the rules that a black woman in the first half of the 20th century was supposed to be following.Then we get into a wildwest law man, Bass Reeves. Bass was born into slavery, escaped and went on to be one of the most effective law dogs who was almost forgotten to history.Go Check us out on Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/darkwindowspodcastWe have a Threadless Shop Now!https://darkwindowspod.threadless.com/Thanks to our sponsor Sudio Headphones, go check them out here: https://www.sudio.com/us/ and put in DARKWINDOWS15 at checkout for a 15% off discount on your purchase!Check us out here:https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/darkwindows?selected=AOR1672165191Huge thank you to Age of Radio NetworkGo checkout the shows page athttps://www.ageofradio.org/darkwindows/Find us at:https://www.instagram.com/darkwindowspod/https://twitter.com/darkwindowspodhttps://www.facebook.com/Dark-Windows-363596237442341/https://www.instagram.com/broadstone_creations/https://www.instagram.com/speedie802/https://www.instagram.com/kcarleton87/Shoot us and firstname.lastname@example.orgDon't forget to Check out Seth Broadstone's Sponsor!https://gameenvy.net/ and put in BROADSTONE at check out to get 10% off your entire order!Head over to Dicehead Games website and check it out, so many minis, comic books and other cool stuff!http://diceheadgames.com/And don't forget to check us out on Megaphone.fm!check out all the other great shows there as well!Thank you to all our listeners! We literally couldn't and wouldn't do this show without all of you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Beth Ann Alsup-Sudz Murder, Tina Talbot kills husband, Bessie Stringfield Motorcycle Queen Episode 31
Michigan and other Mayhem
Episode 31 - Today’s topics are a teen being pushed from a bridge, an un-quenched sense of justice, two murders in Waterford, Michigan, and a motorcycle queen. Find out more by listening to our podcast or reading the full show notes at www.MichiganandotherMayhem.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michigan-and-other-mayhem/support
Rita's on an inventor roll. This week's woman is Josephine Cochrane, who designed and invented the first commercial dishwasher. Amanda shares the sometimes true, sometimes wildly fabricated story of Bessie Stringfield, the Motorcycle Queen of Miami. Along the way, Amanda shares stories of schools on fire and big lies no one should believe, but somehow do anyway. As always, please rate and subscribe if you're enjoying the show. Visit us on social media.
Podcast 180: The Amazing Bessie Stringfield and also Cake Farts
Motorcycles & Misfits
This week on our motorcycle podcast, Liza talks about her new project bike, and how she's going to make the Concours into a cruiser. Next up, Emma talks about AMA Hall Of Famer Bessie Stringfield. An amazing black woman who rode her bike around the country back in the 1930's, when many places still did not accept black people. Then Liza shares a story about a triple amputee doctor who gives back to the man who modified a bike for him to ride. We cover emails and answer some good questions, Nak shares a lesson he learned while working on his bike, and then things go off the rails and get a little weird. With Liza, Bagel, Isaac, Nak, Naked Jim, Emma and Charlie.Call and leave us a message at 831-291-5112Recycle Santa Cruz Facebook pageRecycle Santa Cruz on YouTubePatreon Motorcycles & Misfitsrecyclemotorcyclegarage@gmail.com
She rode solo coast to coast eight times during the peak of racial discrimination in the U.S, established the Iron Horse Motorcycle Club, and owned 27 Harleys. Bad mamma-jamma? You bet your ass! Tune-in to discover more about the original “Easy Rider,” Bessie Stringfield.